LHA


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LHA

Abbrev. for local hour angle.

lha

(filename extension)
The filename extension for a file produced by the shareware compression and archive software LHARC.

lha

(tool)
A compression program for MS-DOS. Output files have the extension ".lzh".

LHA

A popular freeware compression program developed by Haruyasu Yoshizaki that uses a variant of the LZW (LZ77) dictionary method followed by a Huffman coding stage. It runs on PCs, Unix and other platforms as its source code is also free. LHA performs compression and decompression and creates self-extracting executables.
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The charity Crisis estimates that more than 6,000 households could be prevented from being pushed into homelessness and more than 35,000 children lifted out of poverty in the next three years in the UK if the Government restored levels of LHA.
A study reported that this artery originates in equal proportion from LHA and RHA.9 In many studies, segment IV artery is noted to be arising from LHA, while others have reported RHA being the main source artery.
Previously, LHA rates were set to ensure that recipients could afford at least 30 per cent of properties in their area, giving households more opportunity to find safe and stable homes.
However, since 2011, there have been cuts to LHA - meaning it has stopped keeping up with rising rents - and in 2016, it was frozen altogether.
In other words - if there were 100 homes available to rent in an area, LHA would be aligned with the 30th cheapest.
"To the extent that the LHA is instead arguing that the judge erred when he found, as a matter of fact, that the LHA had actual notice, the LHA has failed to show that finding to be clearly erroneous.
A former portfolio manager at Fidelity Institutional Asset Management (FIAM) has announced it has connected as portfolio manager and seed investor of Little Harbor Advisors' (LHA) Focused Long-Short Fund, L.P., the company said.
Is targeted affordability funding doing its job?", said: "LHA rates are now so seriously out of line with local rents that private renting has become unaffordable for most low income tenants and this substantially increases their risk of homelessness.
In London, gaps were more than [pounds sterling]10 for shared accommodation in every local housing market area and more than half of LHA rates for every other category of dwelling had gaps of at least [pounds sterling]30.